Microsoft’s presentation also gave us a new trailer for Arkham Knight, which showed Batman and The Joker playing out their very own version of The Joker’s iconic prison

Microsoft also teased that it had something special in store for the series, with an announcement of a proper Fable game coming to Xbox One in the next console generation. Sony’s show offered a hefty new trailer for Days Gone, its new zombie-based multiplayer experience which debuted in Sony’s press conference. The game, which is coming to PS4 and PC, sees you taking on the role of Max, a man forced to survive in a world where corporations have begun to run amok with the power of the cloud. It’s a great setting to start off the show, and a great way to cement the distinctive role of the PlayStation brand in the years to come. The show also offered a new trailer for Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us: Part 2, which followed up the original game with a tense new narrative that played out much like the original game. The trailer was narrated by the always-entertaining Phil Koehler, who also confirmed that the game would be coming to PlayStation VR later in the year. Sony also teased that it would be bringing its The Last of Us: Part 2 DLC to the show, though didn’t release any more details. Microsoft also offered a new trailer for Rise of the Tomb Raider, which showed Lara making her way through a landscape ravaged by warring factions. The game’s new multiplayer mode, War, also gave us a look at the new co-op Endurance game, and gave us a look at the new map, Alta Nuñar. A new trailer for the Guardians of the Galaxy focused on the universe, with the footage showing the Guardians of the Galaxy fighting alongside the Rubik’s Return, the sequel to the original game. Microsoft’s presentation also gave us a new trailer for Arkham Knight, which showed Batman and The Joker playing out their very own version of The Joker’s iconic prison. Arkham Knight’s new multiplayer mode, Deathmatch, also gave us a look at the new Survival mode, as well as a new mode called Hotwire: Bat and Bats, which was described as an “urban, one-vs-one, two-player co-op” affair. Arkham Knight was the first game to reveal any major gameplay details, with a gameplay trailer that showed Batman slicing up countless guards in a matter of seconds.